After last night’s big win by the Canadian women’s hockey team over Team USA, the Men's hockey team return to the ice today to play the men’s second semi-final against Slovakia beginning at 3:30pm Pacific time.

Other highlights today include the men’s hockey first semi-final between the USA and Finland, women's gold and bronze medal curling match-ups, men’s 500m short track speed skating final, men’s 5000m short track relay final and women's 1000m short track speed skating final.

The following is the Day 15 schedule of events from the Olympic Broadcast Media Consortium subject to change. (All times are Pacific time. See for a complete listing of what’s on)

Curling: Women’s Bronze Medal Game (9am PT) – Switzerland’s Mirjam Ott goes for a record third Olympic Games curling medal in the bronze medal game against China (Rogers Sportsnet)

Hockey: Men’s Semifinal #1 (Noon PT) – Hot goaltenders Miikka Kiprusoff and Ryan Miller go head-to-head as USA and Finland battle for an opportunity to play in the gold medal game (CTV)

Long Track Speed Skating: Men’s and Ladies’ Team Pursuit (1pm PT) – The Canadian Men’s team hopes to overthrow Sven Kramer and the Netherlands while the Ladies’ team looks to improve on its silver medal at Turin 2006 (TSN)

Short Track Speed Skating: Men’s 500m (2:30pm PT) – Charles Hamelin, 2009 World Champion, and François-Louis Tremblay, Turin 2006 silver medallist, look to hold off the Koreans on their way to the podium ( Rogers Sportsnet)

Curling: Women’s Gold Medal Game (3:30pm PT) – Gold is at stake as Canada takes on Sweden, the defending Olympic Games champion (TSN)

Hockey: Men’s Semifinal #2 (3:30pm PT) – Team Canada takes on Slovakia looking for a berth in the gold medal game (CTV)

Short Track Speed Skating: Ladies’ 1000m – After finishing 6th in the 500m at Vancouver 2010, Kalyna Roberge fights for a medal in the 1000m race (CTV)

Short Track Speed Skating: Men’s 5000m Relay – Charles Hamelin, François Hamelin, François-Louis Tremblay and Olivier Jean look to dethrone South Korea, the reigning Olympic champions (CTV, Rogers Sportsnet)

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